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Transfer pricing is garnering ever greater attention on the African continent. Indeed, it is one of the hottest topics in international tax, especially since revenue authorities in many jurisdictions are increasing their vigilance in this area and several jurisdictions have recently introduced new legislation. For example, South Africa’s Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, said during his budget speech on the 27th of February, 2013:

2013/09/02 to 2013/09/05
When: 2013/09/02 until the 2013/09/05
08:00 - 17:00
Where: The Focus rooms, 1st Floor South
Cnr Kikuyu and Leeuwkop Streets
Sunninghill
Sandton, Gauteng 
South Africa
Contact: Ingrid Erwee


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2nd Annual Africa Transfer Pricing Summit 2013

OVERVIEW:

Transfer pricing is garnering ever greater attention on the African continent. Indeed, it is one of the hottest topics in international tax, especially since revenue authorities in many jurisdictions are increasing their vigilance in this area and several jurisdictions have recently introduced new legislation. For example, South Africa’s Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, said during his budget speech on the 27th of February, 2013:

"Around the world, taxpayers and their governments are challenging large multinational companies that pay little or no tax in the countries in which they operate. Meeting in Moscow earlier this month, finance ministers of the G20 countries were united in supporting an overhaul of international company tax.

It is in this context that the Institute for International Research, in association with the South African Institute of Tax Practitioners and the International Institute for Tax and Finance, is please to announce the return of Africa’s premier Transfer Pricing Summit.

The aim of the 2013 event is to bring together company tax and transfer pricing managers, corporate tax advisors, transfer pricing specialists from revenue authorities, as well as lawyers and international institutions, including the UN, ATAF and the OECD, to discuss all the relevant issues in transfer pricing.



COURSE CONTENT

Key topics to be discussed include:
  • Base erosion and profit shifting
  • South Africa's new draft interpretation note, and what it means for thin capitalisation
  • The challenge of comparables and doing comparability adjustments
  • The transfer pricing of intangibles: how intangibles are (and should be) defined, how to benchmark them, doing functional analyses to determine economic ownership and recent developments in intangibles at the OECD
  • The transfer pricing of financial transactions: how to price and benchmark guarantees and loans
  • The TP aspects of business restructuring
  • The role of safe harbours and APAs


BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:

  • The 2nd Annual Africa Transfer Pricing Summit is the only established and neutral transfer pricing event on the African continent. It is the region's premier knowledge-sharing forum
  • Hear from the major revenue authorities from across Africa and how changes in the regulatory framework and enforcement regime will affect you
  • Get up to date with the latest transfer pricing developments at regional bodies such as the OECD and ATAF
  • Hear from and meet all the Heads of Transfer Pricing from the Big 4

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

The event is aimed at anyone involved in transfer pricing or international tax, both in the private and public sectors, including:
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Partners, Vice Presidents, Directors, Associate Directors, Heads, Managers, Senior Managers, Specialists and Executives in:
    • Transfer Pricing
    • Taxation
    • Finance
    • Accounting
  • Tax Managers and Group Tax Managers
  • Compliance Risk Specialists and Managers


EVENT INVESTMENT:


MEMBERS ONLY
Price:Register before 13 July 2013Register between 13 July and 3 August 2013Register after 5 August 2013
All four days
R8 399.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 9 575.09
R9 199.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R10 487.09
R9 999.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R11 399.09
Conference plus workshop
R7 599.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 8 663.09
R8 399.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 9 575.09
R9 199.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 10 487.08
Conference only
R6 799.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 7 751.09
R7 599.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 8 663.09
R8 399.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
=
R 9 575.09
Workshop Day Only
R3 199.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 3 647.09
R3 599.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 4 103.09
R3 999.20
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 4 559.08

SAIT members qualify for a 20% discount


NON-MEMBERS
Price:Register before 13 July 2013Register between 13 July and 3 August 2013Register after 5 August 2013
All four days
R10 499.00
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R11 968.86
R11 499.00
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R13 108.86
R12 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R14 248.86
Conference plus workshop
R9 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R10 828.86
R10 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R11 968.86
R11 499.00
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R13 108.86
Conference only

R8 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 9 688.86

R9 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R10 828.86
R10 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R11 968.86
Workshop Day Only
R3 999
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 4 558.86
R4 499
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R5 128.86
R4 999
(incl. 14% VAT)
= R 5 698.86


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